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    Best Not To Exchange With Haters

    | Denver, CO, USA | Awesome Workers, Bigotry, Top

    (I’m a manager. I am ringing up a woman I have sold things to before. We are making small talk as I ring her up. Note: I’m a lesbian.)

    Customer: “I can’t believe the president came out in support for gay marriage!”

    Me: “I know; kind of unbelievable!”

    Customer: “That f** lover is going to burn in hell for that!”

    Me: *biting my tongue* “Okay.”

    (I finish ringing her up and hand the customer her bags.)

    Customer: “They should round up all the gays and put them down.”

    Me: “That would be bad for me, seeing as I am a lesbian.”

    (The woman turns pale and walks out without saying a word. A few hours later, I get a call from the manager of another one of our stores. On the line, I can hear the same customer I previously sold items to ranting.)

    Manager: *also a woman* “So, this woman is here wanting to exchange a bunch of stuff from your store. When I asked her what was wrong with the items, she said you tainted them; I have no idea what she is talking about. Could you maybe clear this up for me?”

    Me: “Well, I bet it is because she found out I was gay.”

    Manager: “I see.” *starts talking in sultry voice* “Well, I’ll see you tonight for our date. You should put on that that black lace bra and panty set I got you for your birthday! I love you!” *hangs up*

    (I am very confused, seeing as I have never dated that manager, nor did she ever get me underwear, and as far as I know, she is not gay. Fast forward a few days later to the manager weekly conference call: apparently, the customer left the other store after thinking the other manager was also gay. That manager then called every other store in the area and told everyone about the customer. Over the next few days, the customer went to every store in a 20 mile radius trying to exchange the ‘tainted goods’. Everyone she talked to pretended to be gay when working with her and she left every time. To my knowledge, she never got her exchange.)